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Anyone else watch Chernobyl on hbo? I just finished the first episode out of the 3 out right now and it’s pretty good. It’s horrifying but it’s so fascinating seeing how much damage was done but i still feel like a bad person for wanting to see how they die lol. Its incredible. I feel its way scarier than any horror Ive seen purely because I know it really happened. The denialism and stubborn leadership in the early moments was so frustrating. Then when they were laying it out to Gobachev in episode 2 what the world was facing if they didnt act immediately. Amazing piece of tv. I just read the wiki about it. I think I’ll check it out tonight. I really want to watch it because I love science and this is an event that I’ve never known the details about. Everyone is free to contribute to this community - just keep in mind the main purpose of this sub is to contribute positively to a black community on Reddit. New users: Please read our rules and FAQs before posting. New to the subreddit? Get your flair here!  Chernobyl Episode 5 watch online. What do a lion tamer, a hedge trimmer, a robotics engineer and a mole rat researcher have in common? Good question. “Fast, Cheap and Out of Control” is Morris’s strangest mishmash of a surreal, visual essay. Yet he finds a way to make it coherent and profound. Morris’s latest film is a pleasant portrait of a photographer known for taking giant, life size Polaroids. It contains heavy themes around mortality and impermanence. As a personal friend, Morris doesn’t shoot this film with his signature “Interrotron” technique. He finds he can relate to Elsa Dorfman’s philosophies on truth in art. Similar in vein to “Gates of Heaven” but less bizarre, Morris sets up shop in a rural town in the South and finds the most peculiar local color. Whether it’s turkey hunters or a man who raises wild livestock, you have to wonder if Morris is asking sincere questions or just gawking. Also Read: Errol Morris on Trump: ‘Does He Even Know That He’s Lying? Go watch HBOs Chernobyl, the show is a 5 episode miniseries on how government lies and coverups can cause devastating effects. Skarsgard's performance when he found out the soviets lied about how strong the radiation was so the German robot was ineffective was so goddamn good. It kind of sums up the whole situation. The state trying to protect an image while actually obtaining the help they need, both from foreign powers and their own citizens, but actually screwing everyone over, including the state itself. I'm old enough to remember it happening, and I remember the way the news felt stifled because they could only report on what the USSR were telling them. It wasn't a big deal, it was a fire not a meltdown, everything was under control, radiation levels were low, while at the time the radiation was contaminating livestock in the UK. Completely the opposite to the Fukushima disaster, where I watched the concrete roof of a reactor building blown into low-earth orbit live on TV, while sitting in a pub.|“Chernobyl” is a show about the unpredictability of nature and the severity of ignoring the raw power of an unseen enemy. But with the overwhelming toll that this historical event takes on those caught in its grasp, the HBO series still finds room for some unexpected, conflicting emotions. “There’s an absurdity that you have to kind of recognize. And the Soviets were better at it than anybody,” writer and creator Craig Mazin told IndieWire. “I hate comedy. I don’t even like comedy at all. I don’t like fun stuff,” Renck said. “But you can’t have black without white. It’s a balance of both that Renck, in conversations with one of the surviving Chernobyl liquidators, found was true to the experience of those fighting the aftermath of the explosion. “They said, ‘The two things I remember is that we laughed a lot and we loved a lot,” Renck said, adding that the same became true for the environment on the set of the series. “We did a lot of crying and a lot of laughing and a lot of everything.  Chernobyl 5 Episode.
Clarkson reviews the Danish 1086-horsepower Zenvo STI. Review: Jeremy Clarkson begins his review of the Zenvo STI by reflecting on some of Denmark's contributions to the world at large. He then drives it around the Top Gear test track where he notes the difficult driving dynamics of the car as well as its questionable build quality. After several mishaps involving the rear brakes and the clutch, the car catches fire. Star in a Reasonably Priced Car: James Blunt talked about his role as a British Army Captain in the Pristina Airport incident during his deployment in the Kosovo War and his new album. 164 4 Series 21, Episode 4 Mercedes Benz G63 AMG • Caterham 160 • Caterham 620R Jeremy Clarkson drives the Alfa Romeo-based Touring Disco Volante. Star in a Reasonably Priced Car: Jack Whitehall sets a lap time of 1.54.5, becoming the slowest star to drive around the track in the Vauxhall Astra Tech Line. Star in a Reasonably Priced Car: Aaron Paul will drive the Vauxhall Astra. Jump up to: a b "Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul takes on Top Gear Reasonably Priced Car".  Chernobyl Episode 5 watch online. 



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